WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Referring to Freshman Orien-
tation week, the League Lowdown
publication says "A good begin-
ning goes a long way."
Coeds have a chance to help en-
tering students "get off on that
right foot" by serving as orien-
tation leaders next fall.
Petitions are now available at
the Undergraduate Office of the
League for women who desire to
fulfill these positions. While pick-
ing up these blanks, students are
reminded to sign up for inter-
As interviewing begins Monday,
petitions should be returned im-
mediately to the Undergraduate
All women who have already
been Orientation leaders and who
desire to hold the position again
do not have to petition or be in-
However, they must fill out in-
formation cards which are avail-
able in the Undergraduate Office
sometime before the end of next
Helping to acquaint the new
student with the University, the
orientation leaders work with Mr.
Ivan Parker of the Administra-
tion, men leaders, and other ad-
ministrators to make the program
The leaders arrive, on campus
the Sunday before registration
and -receive their instructions at
a dinner-meeting in the League
Having contacted their group
members during the summer, the
orientation leaders officially meet
their groups the next day.
BUSY BAND-Paul McDonough and his orchestra will provide the music for two dances this week-
end. The orchesrta will be featured at the all-campus Slide Rule Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday in the League. Saturday will find them playing for the annual dance of the Student
Bar Association of the Law School from 9:30 p.m. to midnight in the V.F.W. Ballroom. McDon-
ough, who composed some of the leading songs from the Union Opera, will give several short scenes
from that production as intermission entertainment at the Barrister's dance. Vocals for the group
are done by Betty Magyar.
ON THE AGENDA:
Dance Classes, 'Hillelzapoppin' Show,
Hatcher Open House Scheduled Today
Fred Waring Troupe1
To Perform Saturday
In Two Shows at Hill'
Hill Auditorium box office will
be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
during the remainder of the week
to sell tickets for the Fred Waring
concerts scheduled at 7 and 9:30
p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium.
Ticket prices are $2.40, $1.80
and $1.20 including tax.
Featured in the performances
will be Fred Waring, the Pennsyl-
vanians and many of the soloists
from Waring's television program,
including dancers, pianists, violin-
ists and a comedy quintet.
Virginia Morley and Livingston
Gearhart, a duo-piano team, have
joined the Waring troupe and will
be included in the Ann Arbor per-
The two pianists have been
working together since they met
in Paris where they were both
scholarship students at the Fon-
Another team to be seen in the
Men's Glee Club-Panhellenic As-
sociation-sponsored program will
be Keith and Sylvia Textor, who
specialize in close harmony and
"The girl with the bangs,"
Joyce DeYoung, will take the spot-
light as a vocalist with the War-
ing group on Saturday. Miss De-
Young is known to her fans
through work in television.
The last time that Fred Waring
and his Pennsylvanians appeared
at Ann Arbor was on October 31
and Nov. 1, 1947. The first time
they were here was exactly 31
years ago on March 31, 1922.
The first time in Ann Arbor the
Pennsylvanians were a dance
band playing for a J-Hop as a
Only one member of the ori-
ginal Waring band still remains
with Waring and that is Poley
McClintock, a comedy drummer.
The Pennsylvanians climbed to
fame mainly as a choral group
and orchestra in the field of radio.
Waring had to audition 32 times
for his first radio engagement be-
fore he could find a sponsor.
Advertisers were afraid that a
glee club would fail to draw an
audience in radio, but after War-
ing had his break he proved them
It was for his first program that
Waring devised the characteristics
that have since become his musi-
cal trade-mark such as long hums,
sudden changes of volume and
tempo and unusual phrasing.
The Glee Club and orchestra
will hold the featured place in
the concerts in Ann Arbor. They
will perform both traditional and
novelty numbers arranged by
Waring and his group.
Choral work has long been an
interest of Waring and he has
promoted several choral work-
shops for the benefit of chorus
directors in schools and commun-
ities across the nation.
For the first time the pages of.
Union history will record the ap-
pearance of other campus organ-
izations at the Union Open House
to be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sat-
Something new will enliven the
day's events when IFC, SL, Men's
Rifle Club, Alpha Phi Omega and
the International Club hold their
own individual open houses in the
third floor meeting rooms.
Another feature of the annual
open house will be the champion-
ship play-offs for the all campus
tournaments in pool, billiards,
ping-pong and bowling.
Students may also watch the
presentation of the trophies to
the winners at the completion
of the four tournaments.
Wandering through the build-
ing from the championships to
the various shows to be presented,
visitors may inspect the Student
Offices as well as the Interfrater-
nity Council offices and the Tap
and Grill Room.
Once they have arrived at the
ballroom, a look into the future
will be presented by viewing the
General Motors "Preview of Pro-
Using original experiments in
the field of popular science, the
show will develop the theme, "A
dress rehearsal of the future."
While still in the mood for tak-
ing in shows, students may view
precision swimming at the Michi-
f i s h aquashow. Synchronized
numbers ranging from "American
in Paris" to "Harlan Nocturne"
will be performed by the swim-
mers during the two shows in the
The wandering souls may then
come to rest in the North Lounge
where a mixer will be held from 3
to 5 p.m. featuring the music of
the Ann Arbor Alley Cats.
Hostesses will be on hand to
serve free refreshments to guests
attending the dance.
When they have satisfied their
curiosity at the various shows and
have tired of dancing, students
may take a bird's eye view of the
campus by means of the Union
tower which will be open all day
to high-altitude observers.
F - . - - -
Ladies' & Children's
Hairstyling To Please
The Daseola Barbers
Liberty near Mich. Theatre
Union To Hold Annual Open House
Tickets for "Hillelzapoppin"
will be on sale from 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. today at the box office of the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in
Seats for the performance
which takes place at 8 p.m. to-
night in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre are priced at $1.60, $1.30 and
An annual event on campus,
"Hillelzapoppin" features skits
written, acted and produced by
Jewish students. Proceeds each
year are donated to the United
Tonight Alpha Epsilon Phi will
In addition, an independent Hatcher Tea
men's group will present a non-
competing act. Informality will be stressed from
A silver trophy will be awarded 4 to 6 p.m. today when President
to the best skit. Judges will be and Mrs. Hatcher open their home
Prof. Marvin Felheim, of the Eng- for the second Hatcher Open
lish department; Mr. Paul Cairns, House of the semester.
of the speech department; and Although Alpha Chi Omega so-
Prof. Marian Owen, of the School rority, Sigma Chi fraternity,
of Music. Strauss House of East Quad,
These w-ill be no automatic late;Couzens Hall, Delta Chi fraternity
heres illborthevennutomticna and the International Center have
permission for the event. Women: been invited as special guests, all
attending "Hillelzapoppin" should students are welcome to attend.
get individual late permission
from their housemothers. This week informal entertain-
from ment will be provided by the
Novelaires, campus quartet.
Dance Classes . . . As as previous open houses,
The League dance classes are housemothers and wives of facul-
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A COURSE OF TALK
ON THE BASIS
What is Religion?
Is There a Universal B
What Can Be Done to Bring
You are invited to j
offer "Old Bodies of '53 or The extending an invitation to vari-1
Case of the Missing Dimple" and ous women's residences to attend
Sigma Delta Tau will present "Up the singles dance classes at 7:15
Front." p.m. tonight in the League.
"Panic in the Sheets" will be Adelia Cheever, Alice Lloyd,
the title of the independent wo- Betsy Barbour, Couzens and Helen
men's presentation and Sigma Newberry Residence are invited
Alpha Mu will close the pro- to send ten coeds from each house.
gram with "Tit for Tat." Several sororities have been
asked to send five women each
to the dance classes, included
are Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha
Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Al-z
)cIety In Ann Arbor pha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omi-
ents cron Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha Xi
Delta, Chi Omega and Colle-
S AND DISCUSSIONS giate Sorosis.
Janet Gast, chairman of the
OF RELIGION dance class committee, suggests
that these classes present an op-
Is Religion Necessary? portunity for women to learnI
o Al R s many new dance steps free of
Fasis for All Religions? charge. 1
g Religion into Our Litves? chre
The dance classes are under
the direction of Johnny Urban-1
oin this discussion. ic, former Arthur Murray dance
113 3:00 P.M. Last year a group from the
KALAMAZOO ROOM dance classes, under the leader-
ship of Mr. Urbanic prepared a
_________________________ dance exhibition and presented it
ty members have been asked to
preside at the tea table.
FROSH WEEKEND-There will
be a mass meeting for all fresh-
men women at 7 p.m. today in the
League. Central committee chair-
men will talk and women will be
given a chance to sign up for a
J.G.P.-There will be a meeting
of all JGP ushers at 7 p.m. today
in Room D of the League.
MANAGERS-There will be a
meeting of all house athletic man-
agers at 5 p.m. today in the small
lounge of WAB. Each house is
asked to have a representative
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